I wanted to write you today to tell you that we forgive you. We don’t care what it is, we forgive you.
Whatever Bryan has pictures of you doing, or whatever knowledge he has of something from your past, we forgive you. Whether it was a jaunt with a co-ed there in Blacksburg? Something from Vegas from a trip? An “experimental phase” during the trip to San Francisco when we played Air Force in the bowl game? You cheated on your SATs? Pictures of extracurricular activities at Woodstock? You were the other shooter on the grassy knoll?
We don’t care. We love you Frank. We don’t care about whatever Bryan has that he’s holding over your head. We promise you, that no matter what it is that he’s blackmailing you with, we won’t be angry with you. It’s ok for you to go ahead and let him go. I know you think it’s a personal risk for you, that he’ll try and drag your name through the dirt with some scandalous news. But I promise you, we’ll protect you. We’ll defend you.
We’ll always take your side. I know, I know. You’re worried about where he might land. “What if he lands a job in the ACC and we have to play against him every year!?!? How will Bud be able to stop him?”, you say. It’s just a risk we’ll have to take. I’m pretty sure that after the dust settles from the scandal that he tries to unleash on you for letting him go, he’ll just slink away in obscurity. I know he was trying to get signed on at Random House Publishing for editing their encyclopedia sets, but they unfortunately claimed he was too drab and repetitive. Yeah, I don’t get it either!
It’ll seem like a tough time for you to deal with all the news cameras and reporters asking you personal questions – but we will never fade from supporting you. We promise. We promise, in advance with this letter, that we will not sway in our support for you. No matter what Bryan tries to ruin you with, after you let him go, it will not keep us from continuing to support you!
FBS Mission Statement:
We at FBS believe that offensive coordinator Bryan Stinespring bears the largest share of the blame for years of sub-par output from some of the most talented players ever to set foot on Worsham Field. We believe the main objective of the VT football program - a national championship - will escape us as long as Stinespring is making the calls. We therefore advocate the improvement of our football program through the replacement of our offensive coordinator.